The present release is a unique compilation of Mexican music and jazz fusion. Reinventing music, making unusual fusions, attending the Zacatecan Jazz and Blues University festivals, meeting world musicians, Samuel Martines Herrera, the pianist from Potosí, is a brand of the major leagues who always give a home run, throwing himself without fear of what they will say as he collects the best of jazz, composes, illustrates the avant-garde, and provides surprise. Jorge Morenos is a musician, composer, author, and expert of the Mexican stringed instrument, the jarana. He has performed all over the world, including the US, Canada, Hong Kong, and Costa Rica.
The present release is a unique compilation of Mexican music and jazz fusion. Reinventing music, making unusual fusions, attending the Zacatecan Jazz and Blues University festivals, meeting world musicians, Samuel Martines Herrera, the pianist from Potosí, is a brand of the major leagues who always give a home run, throwing himself without fear of what they will say as he collects the best of jazz, composes, illustrates the avant-garde, and provides surprise. Jorge Morenos is a musician, composer, author, and expert of the Mexican stringed instrument, the jarana. He has performed all over the world, including the US, Canada, Hong Kong, and Costa Rica.
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Sones De Aqui Y De Ajazz / Various
Artist: Sones De Aqui Y De Ajazz / Various
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The present release is a unique compilation of Mexican music and jazz fusion. Reinventing music, making unusual fusions, attending the Zacatecan Jazz and Blues University festivals, meeting world musicians, Samuel Martines Herrera, the pianist from Potosí, is a brand of the major leagues who always give a home run, throwing himself without fear of what they will say as he collects the best of jazz, composes, illustrates the avant-garde, and provides surprise. Jorge Morenos is a musician, composer, author, and expert of the Mexican stringed instrument, the jarana. He has performed all over the world, including the US, Canada, Hong Kong, and Costa Rica.